All 51 members of the College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Class of 2015 were selected by residency programs. In addition, the Class of 2015 achieved a 100% pass rate following the two administrations of the Part II APMLE Clinical Knowledge exam.
The successes of the Class of 2015 continues a streak of excellent residency placement and pass rates for CPMS. Over the past three cycles — in the height of the residency shortage crisis — all CPMS graduates for 2013-2015 have been selected by residencies. First-time pass rates for CPMS students are consistently higher than the national average. This year’s first-time pass rate is 96%, compared to 88% nationally.